Frequently Asked Questions

How many classrooms does Center Stage Dance Academy have? Our studio features two classrooms with 1,400 sq. ft. of dance floor to allow for more students to receive instruction in a shorter amount of time. In addition to two classrooms, our facility features a homework station in our lobby that allows children to complete school work if they have time between classes. As the studio grows in number of students, classes will be added to keep the student/teacher ratio at a manageable level. This allows for individualized instruction for students as well as room to perform the dance steps correctly as they move throughout the classroom.

 

How much is tuition? Our classes start at $35 per 1-hour class. Our annual Revue fee is broken down into monthly installments of $10 each and added into tuition. Please visit the Tuition and Fees page for a complete list of prices.

 

What do the students wear to class? In the Primary and Beginner classes, students are required to wear black or pink leotards, pink tights, tap shoes and ballet shoes. The older classes may wear a black or pink leotard or a Center Stage Dance tank top or t-shirt. They may wear black, pink or grey leggings, capris, or shorts. Depending on the classes they are registered for, they will need tap shoes, ballets, jazz shoes, and/or gymnastic shoes. Once your registration is received, a complete packet of information will be mailed to you. 

 

Does Center Stage Dance Academy give awards? Awards are given in tap/ballet/jazz, pointe, gymnastics and hip hop for the following years completed: 3 years, 6 years, 9 years, 12 years and dance graduate. Perfect Attendance Awards and Dance Certificates are also given out. Prior dance years at another dance studio will count.

 

Will Center Stage Dance Academy have a competition team? Center Stage Dance Academy does not currently have a competition team, but will evaluate the need for a team in the future.

 

Will Center Stage Dance Academy attend dance conventions? Students, ages 10 and up, will also be allowed to attend nearby dance conventions in the summer and winter to learn steps from different instructors and better themselves in their dance styles and techniques, as well as meet students from other dance studios. Attending convention will be an additional cost above dance tuition.  Information will be given far enough in advance to properly plan.